The Trump Department of Labor, at long last, officially rescinded on Tuesday of this week, the persuader rule, which triggered certain reporting requirements on employers in the face of union organizing efforts. Under the Obama-era rule, employers were required to disclose information and advice that outside consultants and attorneys were giving relative to means by which the employer could convince its workers to reject union organizing efforts. The rule was permanently blocked by a federal district court judge in Texas back in 2016, and the DOL issued notice that the rule would be rescinded in June 2017 but that decision was still subject to further appeal in the courts. Now, with the rescission being completed at the department level, the issue is permanently resolved administratively as well.